Do only practicing Muslims (Submitters) go to Paradise?

By Ijaz Chaudry

It is God’s immense Mercy that those who do not practice Islamic religious practices but are good and decent people will also go to Paradise after they die. The only criteria which might hinder this will be idol worship. They should not have been idol worshiping.

Few years back it was found that the following code which correlated the righteous to the people who would end up in Purgatory on the day of Judgement and then eventually would be admitted into Paradise with God’s leave. After about 6 or 7 years later it a code was found  which confirmed further that the righteous indeed will go to Paradise and that these are the people who are good decent people which may or may not have any religion but they also are not idol worshipers.  This was further acknowledgement.  If the first assumption was incorrect than this acknowledgement would not have been received, because there are beautiful verses in the Quran where it says that falsehood can neither initiate nor repeat it;

(34:47-50)  Say, "I do not ask you for any wage; you can keep it. My wage comes only from GOD. He witnesses all things."  Say, "My Lord causes the truth to prevail. He is the Knower of all secrets."  Say, "The truth has come; while falsehood can neither initiate anything, nor repeat it."  Say, "If I go astray, I go astray because of my own shortcomings. And if I am guided, it is because of my Lord's inspiration. He is Hearer, Near."

The code done few years ago is as follows;

(7:48-49) & (5:69)

7 48 49 5 69 = 3939451 x 19,

7 48 49 5 69 / 190 = 393945.1

The Temporal connection is (7:48-49) left most happen in future after the world ends and it is timeless zone, while (5:69) right most and historical because it is time limited. Position 1 describes Scenario;(7:48-49) Represents, a scenario i.e. outline of dramatic work. The Level is 7 which is Theme “Disbelievers” indeed these people may or may not had belief system as such under these circumstances they could be called disbelievers.

(7:48-49) The dwellers of the Purgatory will call on people they recognize by their looks, saying, "Your great numbers did not avail you in any way, nor did your arrogance.  "Are those the people you swore that GOD will never touch them with mercy?" (The people in the Purgatory will then be told,) "Enter Paradise; you have nothing to fear, nor will you grieve."

*Missing words “The people in the Purgatory will then be told” or in Arabic, Baed Dhalika Qala Anas Fil Araaf their respective geometric values are 76, 750, 130, 31, 111, 90 31 & 352; 7 49 352 31 90 111 31 130 750 76 = 3943959573742795425004 x 19; it is big number to compute but you can do it on laptop or PC calculator. The temporal connection suggests that this is a historic event, indeed there are already people who will end up in Purgatory who are dead thus those people are taken in account in this code and there will be people in the future as well who will end up in Purgatory. **Al-Muzzammil

(5:69)  Surely, those who believe, those who are Jewish, the converts, and the Christians; any of them who (1) believe in GOD and (2) believe in the Last Day, and (3) lead a righteous life, have nothing to fear, nor will they grieve.

As you can see the ending of (7:49) and (5:69) are the same .i.e. “you have nothing to fear, nor will you grieve” which is not coincidence because (5:69) is promise and (7:48-49) is the fulfilment of the promise.

The codes found more recently are these;

I was reading the Quran when I came across (19:71-72) which basically went against the teaching of the Quran at first instance.  Quran is specific that all believers go straight to Paradise when they die, while disbelievers have two deaths and two lives, first death when we approached the accursed tree, first life when we were born on earth, second death when we die on earth, second life when we are resurrected in Hell, believers have one death and one life, one death when they approached the accursed tree one life on this world and when they die the soul does not die and goes straight to Paradise;

(40:11)  They will say, "Our Lord, you have put us to death twice, and You gave us two lives; now we have confessed our sins. Is there any way out?"

However, (19:71-72) was saying that we all have to see Hell.  So I setup investigating, my first port of call was to find out if these verses were allegorical.  I found out that they were.  Then I wanted to associate these verses to the people of Purgatory, because they were the only ones who will be in near Hell according to (7:48-49), and once again the code confirmed that this was correct.  Thus, confirming that only the people of Purgatory will suffer Hell for short time and that the Believers will not.

The codes are as follows;

(2:26)  GOD does not shy away from citing any kind of allegory, from the tiny mosquito and greater. As for those who believe, they know that it is the truth from their Lord. As for those who disbelieve, they say, "What did GOD mean by such an allegory?" He misleads many thereby, and guides many thereby. But He never misleads thereby except the wicked.

(19:71-72)  Every single one of you must experience Hell; this is an irrevocable decision of your Lord.  Then we rescue the righteous there from, and leave the transgressors in it, humiliated.

When you add the chapter and verse you get 2 + 26 + 19 + 71 +72 = 190 which is 19 x 10.  There is a trend that all codes which are sum of chapter number and verses has characteristics that they are application of the context of those verses.  Thus this code is application of allegory mentioned in (2:26) and righteous in (19:72).

The next code confirms once again that decent people can also go to Paradise;

 When we add (7:48-49) & (19:71-72) we get 7 + 48 +49 + 19 +71 +72 = 266 or 14 x 19.  This code is also application of righteous in (19:72) and the people of the Purgatory. Position 4 describes “Act of righteousness” thus their decent living is comparable to righteous deeds which made them people of Purgatory.

The Code, 266 is Level 2 this is Theme “Related to righteousness” indeed the whole code is surrounding this context of righteousness, which started with (5:69) & (7:48-49) earlier as proven above and a proof that People of Purgatory are the righteous mentioned in (5:69), which is now proven beyond doubt to be true. Following the above example in (19:71-72) where in the first instance it appears that everyone will endure Hell including all believers. It was found now that this is not true and that only people of Purgatory will endure Hell for short time and then enter Paradise. The phenomenon where at first instance it appears certain meaning but after investigation new truth avails, occurs in the Quran elsewhere, following is such an example;

(The Heifer, 2:135)

They said, “You have to be Jewish or Christian, to be guided. “Say, “We follow the religion of Abraham – monotheism – he never was an idol worshiper”.

On first impression the statement above, “he never was an idol worshiper”, suggest that Abraham was a believer from birth. However, we know from the following that he was not:

(Livestock, 6:75-79)

We showed Abraham the marvels of the heavens and the earth, and blessed him with certainty: When the night fell, he saw a shining planet. “Maybe this is my Lord”, he said. When it disappeared, he said, “I do not like (gods) that disappear”. When he saw the moon rising, he said, “Maybe this is my Lord!” When it disappeared, he said, “Unless my Lord guides me, I will be with the stayer’s” When he saw the Sun rising, he said, “This must be my Lord, this is the biggest”. “But when it set he said. “O my people, I denounce your idolatry. I have devoted myself absolutely to the one who initiated the heavens and the earth; I will never be an idol worshiper”.

Within the above verses Abraham had three lords temporarily. Only after in 6:79 he swears that he will never be an idol worshiper.

Therefore in 2:135 above the phrase “he never was an idol worshiper*” is stemmed from this verse 6:79. Hence 2:135 was spoken in context of this verse 6:79, when describing Abraham to never have idol worshiped. Thus in Quran, God does refer to other verses whilst explaining a specific point.